Pages 334 and 335

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“He made a motion to measure the absurd on its face and the tinkling of the candelabra of bones no longer dreaming dreams deferred;”

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4 Responses to Pages 334 and 335

  1. Norma Markley says:

    Terrific!

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. Mardi Linane says:

    I LOVE blackout poetry (or blue). I am so glad that you followed me which caused me to explore who you are and find your beautiful work! LOVE LOVE LOVE these words you have strung together within the constraints and limitations of the words given. XO m

    • The Strange Woman says:

      Thank you Mardi! If you are in NYC, one of my book pages (I make prints out of them) is in a show at The International Print Center, up through September 28.

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